Saturday, November 18, 2006

Pancakes with Pillsbury


This is the first time I'm making pancakes, and it was with Pillsbury! I was shopping in a supermarket and suddenly thought of wanting to make pancakes. I straight away grabbed one box. It was a One-Step Pancake Mix with Buttermilk. there are two packets of the flour mixture in the box.


So what do you need? One packet of the Pillsbury pancake mix, and 240ml water/milk. Adding milk will make the pancakes creamier but I used water as I ran out of milk. Only these two ingredients, it's as simple as that!


Just mix one packet of the flour mixture and water until the flour mix well with the water.


You then drop one spoonful (for each pancake) of the mixture onto a pan and fry them. Once there's some bubbles seen on top and they breaks, you can then flip over to the next side.

Well, I must admit that I did not pan fry the pancake nicely as it does not look flat and looked a little uneven. My non-stick pan had gone a little "koo-koo" so I couldn't really lift the pancake up nicely.


After frying the pancake, I placed them nicely on a plate and put a few pieces of butter on top of the pancakes. I then drizzle honey all over the pancakes and onto the plate. :) I do like the pancakes as they were fluffy and soft. It was wonderful to have pancakes with melting butter and honey. Totally yummylicious. Although the pancakes don't looked nice but it does make a wonderful breakfast for my day~ :)

I shall make real (not with pancake mix) pancakes myself the next time I hunger for pancakes at home. :)

13 comments:

Jackson said...

hey, yr pancake decoration look good! Im craving for a good pancake and since u r good in that, mind to make me some? hehe...

Lannae said...

Your Pancakes look very nice! Perfect pancakes are always a little lumpy and lop-sided. =)

Anonymous said...

wow wow wow, looks yummy! ;)

PabloPabla said...

Pancakes are very simple to make. You just need flour, eggs, fresh milk and a little bit of salt. Beat them up together and fry them on a pan. I used to make quite a lot of it when I was in England. My housemate taught me :)

boo_licious said...

Looks good - can be also from Paddington House of Pancakes! already, just add ice cream and fresh fruits.

Dwayne Foong said...

yummy..! i want to eat again

blurblur said...

... u make me so hungry now!! may i have one for my bday?? ;p

blurblur said...

and i just realize it's ready made flour... nowadays make wat oso easy.... -.-

dwayne foong said...

bak kut teh soup also comes in packet what... hahahaha

Anonymous said...

wah.. nice lah.
me also hungry already.

btw, cher.... don't want to update my blog's url ah? :P

Jason said...

Can fry for me? One piece? *hungry*

cookies_cream said...

Jackson - haha, you want one? If you don't mind me with my 'tiny' cooking skills I can make one for you. :)

lannae - Although it doesn't look good but it tasted good~!

meiyen - Yes it's yummy!

pablopabla - Ok, I'll try it next time. ;)

boo_licious - I want to visit Paddington~!

dwayne foong - I'll make for you again next time k? ;)

blur blur - Haha, you can make yourself since it's ready made. LOL

tze lun - Haha, sorry ya. I've already updated your url. =)

jason - Haha, one piece where got enough? I make one dozen for you..what do ya think? :P

Precious Pea said...

Hello! This is my first time visiting your blog and great work. Always wanted to try out the pancake as it's my fav too...with lots and lots of maple syrup and strawberries. Is the pre-mix nice and smooth? I always wanted to try but it seems like a big packet for 1 person.